Kyrie Irving Parties Instead of Playing for the Nets

Kyrie Irving Parties Instead of Playing for the Nets

The National Basketball Association will fine Kyrie Irving for partying instead of playing for the Brooklyn Nets. The NBA fined Irving $50,000 for attending an indoor party. He would also forfeit salaries for games missed due to the five-day quarantine. 
 
He will forfeit his salary for two games worth around $817,000. That was the number of games the Nets played during his quarantine period. Last Monday, videos showed Irving at his sister’s birthday party. He wasn’t wearing any mask. 
 
The NBA investigated Irving’s absence from the Nets game. According to the league’s health and safety protocols, players can’t attend indoor social gatherings of more than 15 people. Also, players can’t enter lounges, clubs, and bars. 
 

Kyrie Irving Parties Instead of Playing

 
Irving hadn’t played a single game with the Nets since Thursday last week. According to an affordable sportsbook pay per head, he missed his sixth straight game when Brooklyn played against Orlando Saturday. 

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NBA Opening Night set a few records and wild stats

NBA Opening Night set a few records and wild statsNBA Opening night of the 2020-2021 season was one for the books! It has been just a few weeks since the LA Lakers won their 17th championship, but we’re all excited to have the NBA back already, and for what it looks like, players were just as excited, as opening night left a bunch of records and wild numbers, that we are about to go over and recap.

NBA reigning rookie of the year, Ja Morant, took Shaq’s record

In 1993, Shaquille O’Neal became the youngest player in NBA history to score 40+ points in his team’s opening game of the season, at 21 years and 244 days old. On Wednesday night, Ja Morant scored a career high 44 points (plus 9 assists and just 1 turnover) in the Grizzlies’ 131-119 win over the San Antonio Spurs, at 21 years and 135 days old, taking Shaq’s record 27 years later.

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Lakers advance to NBA Finals, LeBron will play his 10th Finals in 11 years

Lakers advance to NBA Finals, LeBron will play his 10th Finals in 11 yearsIt was no secret to anyone that the LA Lakers were aiming to go big once they landed the signing of LeBron James a couple of years ago. Even more so when Anthony Davis packed his bags and moved to LA just a year ago. Now, after a quite long and out of the ordinary season, the Lakers are moving on to the NBA Finals once again, their first Finals appearance in 10 years, after defeating the Denver Nuggets in just 5 games in the Bubble, in Orlando.

The Lakers had the Western Conference’s best record in the regular season, 52-19, just shy of Milwaukee Bucks’ 56-17, who led the East and had the league’s best overall record.

However, once the playoffs started, there was no team with better numbers than the Purple and Gold, who have won all of their three series with the same numbers, 4-1, over the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round, then the Houston Rockets and finally the Nuggets.

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NBA Trade Rumors

The NBA is getting more excited than we anticipated, so early in the season. With some players being traded, to injuries abound, the dynamics are changing enough to affect each teams’ chance to get to the playoffs. So if you are looking at futures wagers in the NBA, or just betting on upcoming games, check out some free sports betting picks to stay updated with the latest in the league.

One of the more exciting parts of the NBA is trading. If you look at sportsbook pay per head reviews, many sportsbooks are able to offer wagers on trades – which is a favorite among NBA bettors. And right now, there are a lot of rumors going around about players, some as high-profile as James Harden. The Houston star is in the market, and there are quite a few teams interested. Let’s talk about the different NBA trade rumors surrounding Harden.

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Pay Per Head Basketball News – USA Basketball after Disappointing World Cup

Pay Per Head Basketball News – USA Basketball after Disappointing World Cup

USA Basketball had a very disappointing performance in the FIBA World Cup. In fact, the team didn’t even reach the medal rounds. They lost to Frances in the quarterfinals to end the country’s winning streak of seven international tournaments.
 
Managing director Jerry Colangelo told betting software news reporters that he will not forget the players who backed out of their commitments to participate in the World Cup. He will keep the list in mind when creating the roster for the 2020 Olympics.
 
Out of the 35 players initially selected for the USA Basketball pool, only four played in the World Cup. Colangelo described those who backed out as people he thought were going to war with but failed to show up. 

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